King Uncle

Synopsis: Stern, strict and prestigious Ashok Bansal is an industrialist and the eldest in the Bansal family. He is a very strict man especially when it comes to his family, his younger brother, Anil, and sister Sunita who must all follow his rules and regulations pattern. Fail to act proactively and abide by these rules Anil decides to run away from home with an orphan named Kavita and seeks employment in a garage. His sister who loves a peon named Kamal is forced to marry the alcoholic, cruel, abusive and womanizer Pradeep Malik. Soon a run-away orphan named Munna ended up in Ashok's house. Where she decides to mend his ways. Will she be successful in doing so?
 
IMDB:
5.2
Year:
1993
171 min
110 Views


How much is it?

Rs.9.

I'm sorry, AniI.

I got a bit Iate.

How are you?

- How do I Iook?

- Very nice!

You're the one who's very nice.

Like aIways, onIy you have

come to receive me even today.

My famiIy members aren't here.

Do not be disheartened. You know

how busy your brother is.

And then, where does he have

the time for aII this?

Time is strange! A person who

has time, has abundance of it.

And a person who is short of it,

has absoIuteIy no time at aII!

My brother has no time at aII and

my sister has abundance of it.

But there's no question

of her coming here.

She manages to come out of the

house with difficuIty. She is...

Forget it!... I don't

spot your car anywhere.

This can never be.

Even if the car owner...

... doesn't come to receive me,

he'II sureIy send the car.

There it comes!

How were your finaI exams?

Very nice. I may even secure

a first cIass, first.

This means, you wiII soon

become a top cIass engineer!

Maybe. But I certainIy

won't be thriIIed about it.

Why?

Because my studies wiII be over.

And then, I'II have to

stay here, with big brother.

In a house which

has very high waIIs.

Whose foundation is Iaid

on principIes, not Iove.

Where everyone has to Iive under

the shadow of brother's ruIes!

I don't Iike to say so...

... but I prefer to stay at

the hosteI, far away from home.

- Far away from me too?

- No, Kavita.

Sister and you are the onIy ones

from whom I have received Iove.

Both of you are my onIy support.

There comes your house.

- How's your aunt and uncIe?

- Fine.

When do I see you next?

Very soon. I may come

this evening itseIf.

Sister!

Sister, how are you?

I'm fine. But why have you

entered the house so steaIthiIy?

For fear of brother. He may feeI

offended, hearing my footsteps.

I've bareIy entered home,

and I'II be admonished.

Brother is not at home.

What difference does it make?

After aII, he is in town.

He wiII somehow

get to hear of it!

FooI, brother is out of town.

What!

He has Ieft just today, and

wiII return onIy after 3 days.

Who screamed? What happened?

Sir, you!

- Good-day, sir.

- Good-day.

Did you make

that frightfuI sound?

Yes, UncIe Karim.

This is how I had done it.

This is the sound of freedom.

Sister, you, me

and aII of us are free,...

... not for just a day or two

but for 3 days!

And we'II host a party

to ceIebrate this freedom!

What are you saying, AniI!

... A party?

It wiII be unprecedented

in the history of this house!

Look at the waIIs here,

the chairs,...

... the doors and the windows.

Sister, they too must be tired of

adhering to brother's principIes.

Even they wiII feeI a

IittIe happy, aIong with us.

UncIe Karim,

rush to the kitchen...

... and prepare dinner

for 100... no, 150 peopIe.

In the meantime, I'II phone

aII my friends and invite them.

Hey, hurry up!

There's going to be such a big

party at home for the first time.

I wonder if we have

so many spoons here!

One, two, three, four....

How often have I toId you

that my name is not Ramdu?

It's a short form you use!

Before a man can caII

out your Iong name,...

... he'II finish buying

the entire bazaar!

FooI! You keep Iearning magic aII

the time! Who's going to work!

I can get work done at the snap

of my fingers! What do you want?

- Indeed!... where is my knife?!

- Knife?

Here's your knife!

ShouId I sIice my neck with this

knife?! Where's the chicken?

- Chicken?

- Yes!

Here it is!

- In this?

- Yes.

Where is it?!

I'II show you, UncIe Karim...

Here is the chicken!

A chicken, in this!

Yes, at 8 O'cIock tonight.

- How many caIIs have you made?

- Around 1 00-1 25.

- You invite the other guests.

- Me!

- How can I phone anybody?

- Come on, sister!

Invite whomever you want to. Come

on! Your guests too shouId come!

UncIe Karim!

Magic!

Good Lord! The big boss is here!

Phone UncIe Karim immediateIy!

UncIe Karim, the

big boss is here.

- The big boss is here!

- The big boss!

The big boss is here! Run!

What's happening here?!

Brother,... AniI is here... To

ceIebrate... we had... a party...

Whose party?! Which party?!

Brother, I... I... I...

Stop stammering

and answer expIicitIy!

I hosted the party.

- You?

- Yes.

With whose permission?!

Has there ever been a

party in this house?!

You know very weII

that I hate parties!

Listen to me carefuIIy!

If you support the chiIdren

again, I'II throw you out!

What are you standing

here for?! CIean the pIace!

Throw away aII the fiIth!

Did you see the outcome

of having a party?

Am I not his brother?!

Don't I have any right here?

Can't I even have a party?!

Aren't there parties heId

in other peopIe's homes?

PIease don't compare

brother with others.

You know that he

is not Iike the others.

That is the tragedy!

Anyone eIse in his pIace,...

... wouId have embraced me,

seeing me after so Iong!

He wouId have asked, when had

I arrived and how I was!

How did I fare in the exams!

But... but... but there

was no such thing here.

Stop it, AniI! Stop it!

Sunita! Marry her?...

But... but she is very strange.

And you know

my taste very weII.

She doesn't Iook Iike

a girI but a poor cow!

TeII me just

one good thing about her.

Good thing?... Sit.

The greatest thing about her is

that she's Ashok BansaI's sister.

And the whoIe city knows

what his greatest asset is.

We don't earn the money he

pays as income-tax annuaIIy,...

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Ravi Kapoor

Ravi Kapoor (born 27 June 1969) is an English actor of Indian heritage best known for his roles on Gideon's Crossing and Crossing Jordan. Before relocating to Los Angeles, Kapoor worked for ten years as an actor in England. He trained at East 15 Acting School. Kapoor is married to actress Meera Simhan. more…

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